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Fan favorite David Cone bartending for charity at Foley’s NY on May 18

foleys-coneFan favorite and current YES Network broadcaster David Cone will be “pitching” in to help a good cause on Sat., May 18, when he slides behind the bar at Foley’s NY Restaurant and Pub for “A Perfect Evening With David Cone.”

Cone will be pouring beverages and signing autographs to benefit the YAI Network ( – an inaugural Yankees HOPE Week honoree) and their Manhattan Day Hab facility from 7-9 p.m. ET. There is no cover charge.

All money raised from autograph, auction and raffle sales, plus half of the proceeds from the bar, will be donated to YAI’s efforts in “seeing beyond disability”: to ensure that men, women and children with developmental and learning disabilities have access to the support and services that they need to live productive, independent, and healthy lives.

Foley’s NY is located at 18 West 33rd Street in New York, opposite the Empire State Building.

Autographs will be available for a charitable donation of $20 each. There will also be a limited number of 8×10 photographs available for sale at a price of $5, representing Cone’s July 18, 1999 Yankees perfect game as well as his years across town with the Mets.


In addition to Cone’s appearance, there is a terrific raffle and several exciting surprises on deck for the event. Raffle tickets will be sold for $10 each (with a special deal of three for $20), and we can now reveal some of the great prizes that people will be bringing home from Foley’s NY on Saturday night:

  • Autographed Joe Girardi Major League Baseball (donated by the New York Yankees)
  • Autographed Matt Harvey Major League Baseball (donated by the New York Mets)
  • “The Ultimate Bleacher Creature Experience” – two tickets to a Yankees home game, two t-shirts and the chance to lead ‘Roll Call’ (donated by “Bald Vinny” Milano and the Bleacher Creatures)
  • Two tickets for a Hornblower Manhattan cruise (donated by Hornblower Cruises & Events)
  • Two tickets to a New York Mets home game (donated by
  • Michael Kay “CenterStage” Package: Four tickets to an episode taping, officially licensed show mugs and a Michael Kay autograph (donated by the YES Network)
  • One-year subscription to Yankees Magazine and a 2013 Yankees yearbook (donated by Yankees Publications)
  • Waterford Crystal New York Yankees cap
  • “It Ain’t Over” Gift Package – Includes family membership to the Yogi Berra Museum, free admission to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, Brian Doyle and Don Mattingly autographed baseballs and more!
    (donated by the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center)

Plus, two lucky patrons will have the opportunity to bring home these great big-ticket items:

  • Legendary New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera autographed Louisville Slugger bat (How rare is this? Usually he’s seen breaking these)
  • Four tickets to a New York Mets home game, including passes to watch batting practice on the field (generously donated by the New York Mets)

We’ll be able to reveal more great items later in the week, and I want to thank Shaun Clancy at Foley’s NY and all of the wonderful people who have helped make this event a reality over the last several months.

It has been a pleasure and an honor to assist in bringing Cone and the YAI group together with Foley’s for this great event, and I’m looking forward to having some fun for a great cause. I hope we’ll see you there on Saturday night!

About that Red Sox comment…

Last night, before Brian Cashman got busy working his shift at Foley’s New York on West 33rd Street, I asked him to clarify the comment he made earlier in the week about the Red Sox. 

As you’ve surely seen by now, Cashman was quoted as saying that the Red Sox are better than the Yankees on paper at this moment, though he did say the Yankees have a better bullpen. Here’s how Cashman summed it up last night:
“The question I was asked was, if you had to look the rosters on on paper, you’d have to say the Red Sox are better than the Yankees. Would you agree? And I agreed, because they have a deeper starting rotation right now. Pitching is the key to the kingdom. I’m not saying they’re going to beat us – we’re not conceding anything. But if somebody asked me right now, they might be a finished product, we’re an unfinished product. But you don’t win championships in the winter, you win them in the summer. We’re looking forward to going head-to-head with everybody and anybody. I’m not taking a back seat to anybody, but at the same time, if somebody wants to ask me about right now – hey, they’ve gotten some things accomplished and finished off ahead of us. That’s true, but the season hasn’t started yet.” 
In case you were wondering, Cashman looked comfortable slinging drinks, all the while raising money to fight prostate cancer. One employee said she’d put Cashman at the top of the list as far as celebrity guest bartenders – he hustled behind the bar, chatted up the customers and was more than willing to pose for photos. 
“I was very impressed,” said Steve Young of Manhattan, who snagged a seat front and center near the taps. “He actually did a very good job.”

Brian Cashman takes your orders tonight

Yankees general manager Brian Cashman made some headlines Tuesday morning at a breakfast Q&A event. Who knows what he might say tonight? 

Cashman will be a celebrity guest bartender at Foley’s New York, as the midtown baseball pub celebrates its seventh anniversary. Cashman’s presence is raising money for Ed Randall’s Bat For the Cure, which promotes prostate cancer awareness and prevention. 
Foley’s is donating 50 percent of its sales from the drinks that Cashman pours during his shift to Bat for the Cure. Cashman will be behind the bar tonight from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., so we’ll see you there.
Foley’s New York is at 18 West 33rd Street (near 5th Avenue, across from the Empire State Building). Call (212) 290-0080 or visit
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